cubase audio refuses to read/record on scsi HD

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cubase audio refuses to read/record on scsi HD

Postby yungjoon » Mon Sep 25, 2006 11:52 am

Hello,

I tried to re-install my cubase audio 2.06 yesterday with my scsi hard disk and noticed a strange thing.

It refuses to read from the disk (ex.: in the sound pool it told me that it couldn't read from the hard disk, something like data dammaged or disk unreadable) or record to this disk (ex.:"track 0 can't record to I:").

I checked that the aif files could be read from the disk (with aniplayer for example) and that I could transfer files to it.

I remember that I managed to do it formerly (using HDDriver 6) but don't understand what happened ...

I use HDDriver8.

Any idea about that ?

Thanks.

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Postby Paolo » Mon Sep 25, 2006 8:20 pm

Maybe you should ask Uwe about this, but if I remember correctly, HDDriver8 doesn't like Cubase. The last OK version is 7.something.
So, it's everything alright. Just ask for the older version. I did it!
(Now I have the 7.smthg on the Cubase Falcon and 8.smthgelse on the CT60

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Postby FatRakoon » Mon Mar 12, 2007 3:37 am

Im using HDRIVER 8.16 on CuBase Audio just fine.

What size are your Partitions?

I know that if oyu are doing any D2D the partitions dont like to be over 256MB

I dont do D2D, I just want the Sample playback, and my CuBase partition is a 1GB job on my SCSI Drive and it works for me just fine.

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Postby yungjoon » Tue Mar 13, 2007 12:18 pm

It was a partition size issue.

Over 1GB, cubase refused to record anything. I repartionned my disk with HDDriver 7 but didn't try with 8.


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